10. Simbi FW – RWanda Espresso
This Rwandan coffee has a complex flavour profile, with fruity notes of green apple and red currants joining a delicate sweetness that reminds us of Ceylon tea.
Grown with love by great farmers. 100% arabica coffee, picked when it's ripe, processed with care, and fairly traded.
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About the Coffee
Ceylon Tea, Green Apple, Red Currant
Sweetness: 4/5 Ceylon Tea
Acidity: 3/5 Rhubarb
Mouthfeel: 3/5 Balanced
Body: 3/5 Balanced and Clean
Variety: Red Bourbon
Harvesting Year: 2022
Drying Time: 12-21 days
Suggested brew recipe:
1:2.5 (eg 19g coffee to 47.5g espresso) in 30-35 seconds
About this coffee
The farm | Simbi Washing Station
Relationship: Several Years
Producer: Abdul Rudahunga
Type of farm: Washing Station
Region, Country: Huye, Rwanda
Altitude: 1850 masl
Soil type: Fertile Soils
Fertilisation method: organic
Shade type: Shade grown
Processing location: Simbi Washing Station
Number of varieties: Various
Harvest season: March - June
Cup of Excellence
About the farm
Bloody Good Espresso
Coffee is a fruit which is naturally acidic and contains many sugars. We roast our espresso to develop a fine acidity and to bring out its natural sweetness.
Our espresso roasts aim to present the strong flavour profiles of different origins. Discover our single origin espressos – all 100% arabica coffees, carefully selected and gently roasted by our team in Berlin.
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